Jacana, a newly launched local medical cannabis company, has completed the country's first international export of the Jamaican medical cannabis flower.

The company completed its first delivery to cannabis-testing firm Anandia in Canada late last year.

The company is seeking to raise $2.7 billion (US$20 million) to cultivate, develop and distribute certified Jamaican medical cannabis that provide natural alternatives to the artificially manufactured products in the market, and money earned from the export will be put in a fund to help reach the target. 

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Tanesha Mundle ~ JamaicaObserver.com

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